Posts From Kyle Boreing

Kyle Boreing

Kyle has been writing for MusicScribe since 2008. He is a musician, producer, arranger, and occasional quartet singer, who pays way too much attention to recordings. He is an alumni of Stamps-Baxter School of Music and has shared the stage with many different artists. He also really likes movies that are "so bad they're good." Visit his website at www.kyleboreing.com, or follow him on Twitter @kyleboreing.

Should Music Adopt a “Netflix” Model?

If you heard an album you loved on Spotify or Apple Music, and it was subsequently removed, would you pay to purchase that album on CD or digital download?

Promoting Outside The Bubble

Our artists may be well-known within our circles, but move outside this SG bubble, and they’re not necessarily recognizable for the most part.

Music Biz Monday: Southern Gospel Bootlegs

Exodus 20:15 specifically states that stealing is a no-no. Why, then, are bootlegs such a common occurrence in gospel music?

Universal Music Group: Decades of Masters Lost

Last year, I wrote an article detailing how record companies have a checkered past when it comes to properly archiving their master recordings. Among some of the revelations noted (thanks

CD Review: “Victory Shout” – The Kingsmen

Is “Victory Shout” another victory for The Kingsmen?

CD Review: “Grateful” – Chris Golden

With his latest release, Golden continues on his current musical journey, merging meaningful messages with traditional country stylings.

The Future of Gaither Music Group

In February of this year, it was announced that Primary Wave Music had acquired interest in the Gaither Music Group and Gaither Publishing. The move coincided somewhat with another announcement

Southern Gospel Historical Library

I’ve covered in the past how southern gospel music has a vast library of music and film/video footage from decades of artists. I’ve also mentioned how much of this library

Audio Review: Triumphant – “Yes”

With their latest release from StowTown Records, Yes, Triumphant pushes the boundaries of what SG quartet music can be, and does so without abandoning their quartet roots.

CD’s vs Streaming (Part Two): The Artist or The Song?

TRIVIA: What was the first southern gospel album to be released on CD? Answer is below…. Last week, I wrote (rather extensively) about what I saw as a short-term gain,